Rich business owners why don't you care?
I work for a living which means I have a rich boss the work I do helps him and his family get richer! I work Monday-Friday weekends off only to have enough to pay my bills! I'm a trucker so Ive delivered to you rich people you are not struggling at all! I call and try to talk to a few who run companies and they are always on vacations! You people suck so bad you pay your workers crap expect us to work non stop why you take non stop vacations! I'm tired of struggling to just get by I'd love to start my own company but can't save enough money because my checks only are enough to get by! Why don't you care I don't wanna live at work I know many people that would rather be at home with family than working non stop because we have to because of crap wages!!! Wake up help us stop taking non stop vacations
How can I become wealthy off a non profit organization?
When a not-for-profit organization is properly run, it may have staff who earn appropriate salaries for their work, but those salaries should not be excessively high. Some very large nonprofits pay high salaries to their CEOs, because the organization is so big that it requires very serious management skills and experience, but in many cases those executives are overpaid.The vendors and contractors who work with the organization (selling them office supplies, computers, plane tickets) will also make money, and if they are for-profit companies they will earn a profit for their work, and there is nothing improper in that as long as the contracting/purchasing process is clean and transparent.Having said all that, the nonprofit itself has no shareholders, so any surplus revenues at the end of a fiscal year become part of the reserves of the organization, or are spent in furtherance of the mission. Nobody gets a dividend and takes that money home.Because nonprofits have to file special disclosure forms with state officials (either the Attorney General or Secretary of State in most cases), disclosing how they take in and spend their money, they are subject to significant oversight and can be prosecuted if they spend their money unwisely.
What are the consequences for management and owners of having a Trade Union represent employees?
Boy thats a big question. Basically it can be good or bad depending on the way you look at it. Simplistically its bad, the workers can band together and gain a stronger bargaining position. This usually leads to better wages and working conditions for workers which as it costs money management could dislike! On the other hand a good industrial climate is easier to maintain when a union is in place and management often prefer just to deal with the union when negotiating rather than having to go around every single worker. Problems mainly arise when a union gets too strong and a situation comes where a strike would be so crippling to the business that they cave on every demand and the workers become lazy.
Western Union to transfer money if under 18?
Yes, someone can use Western Union to transfer money if they are under 18 yrs old. All anyone needs to send money is: 1) A first and last name to use on the form as the sender's name 2) A first and last name to use on the form as the receiver's name 3) Money All anyone needs to pick up the cash is: 1) The first and last name used on the form as the sender's name 2) The first and last name used on the form as the receiver's name 3) The eight or ten digit money transfer control number (MTCN#) 4) The test question and answer And, all too frequently, only one or 2 of above listed requirements are actually needed to pick up the cash and disappear. That is it, no ID required. If you are: 1) sending money as part of a work-at-home job 2) buying from craigslist/kijiji/gumtree/forum/website 3) buying a pet or car/truck/trailer/motorhome/caravan 4) helping an online boy/girlfriend or refugee 5) paying taxes/fees on a loan/lottery/draw/government grant 6) paying visa/bank/airline/travel fees 7) paying deposit/rent for an apartment/house/condo 8) paying banker/barrister/lawyer/court fees 9) paying a transportation/courier/shipping company 10) receiving/forwarding money onto someone or some company Then you are being scammed. Just keep in mind that Western Union and moneygram are unsafe and unsecure ways to send money. Western Union and moneygram do not verify anything on the form the sender fills out, not the name, not the street address, not the country, not even the gender of the receiver, it all means absolutely nothing. The clerk will not bother to check ID and will simply hand off the cash to whomever walks in the door with the MTCN# and question/answer. Neither company will tell the sender who picked up the cash, at what store location or even in what country the money walked out the door. Neither company has any kind of refund policy, money sent is money gone forever. If you google "Western Union scam", "fraud moneygram scammer" or something similar you will find hundreds of posts from victims and near-victims who lost money via Western Union and moneygram.
Are labor unions good for the economy?
There are a lot of BS lies circulated by Right Wing propagandists about imaginary “union thugs”, blah blah blah, Mafia ties, blah blah blah, and other patent BS designed to get people who work at low wages because they don’t have unions, to hate those who do have unions to negotiate better compensation on their behalf. Those people are essentially gutless, and envious because they can’t live on the crumbs that their sweatshop employer throws to them in lieu of a decent wage and benefits. They are too gutless to stand up to the people who are oppressing them.Unions are good for the country because they enable decent hard working and courageous people to achieve good jobs with decent pay and benefits. How is this good for the country? Well, a worker with a decent paycheck spends his money, and in doing so, creates demand which in turn creates more jobs for other people. A well paid “working class” is the backbone of any economy.Workers with rights, good pay, and benefits enjoy a higher standard of living than non union workers. That higher standard of living contributes much more to the economic well being of the country, than the poor worker who only receives the minimum wage with no benefits. Prosperity is better than poverty if you want a decent economy to live in. It is the height of ignorance to suggest that stomping the working class down into poverty is good for the economy, and that is just what employers who oppose unions do. They stomp their own workers into poverty.This isn’t rocket science.Back in the 50’s and 60’s, we had something like 30% of our workers covered by union contracts, and those were the most prosperous times in our history for the average citizen. Economic growth which benefited the entire country, was literally record breaking. Now, with something like only around 10% of our workers under union contract, our economy only rewards the wealthy, and everyone else is either working poor, or stagnating at wages that might have been adequate a generation ago, but no longer are.Do the math. Prosperous working class citizens mean more customers for goods and services, which translates into economic growth.